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Mau·re·ta·ni·a

 (môr′ĭ-tā′nē-ə, -tān′yə, mär′-)
An ancient district of the Roman Empire in present-day Morocco and Algeria. Settled by a Berber people, it was ruled by Rome from c. 100 bc to the fifth century ad.

Mau′re·ta′ni·an adj. & n.

Mauretania

(ˌmɒrɪˈteɪnɪə)
n
1. (Historical Terms) an ancient region of N Africa, corresponding approximately to the N parts of modern Algeria and Morocco
2. (Placename) an ancient region of N Africa, corresponding approximately to the N parts of modern Algeria and Morocco

Mau•re•ta•ni•a

or Mau•ri•ta•ni•a

(ˌmɔr ɪˈteɪ ni ə)

n.
an ancient kingdom in NW Africa: it included the territory that is modern Morocco and part of Algeria.
Mau`re•ta′ni•an, adj., n.
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The Royal Mausoleum of Mauretania is a part of a unique archeological site along the road from Cherchell to Tipaza.
TWO interesting stories in the Chronicle, one by Dave Morton on the Mauretania and the new book The Unseen Mauretania, and the story of United Airlines' success in the Newcastle to New York service.
Mauretania glass panels | These beautiful glass panels would have decorated the cabin class dining room of the Birkenhead-built Mauretania (II).
Representatives of Jordan, UAE, Tunisia, Djibouti, KSA, Sudan, Somali, Iraq, Oman, Palestine, Egypt, Kuwait, Morocco, Mauretania, and Yemen partook in the event.
I WAS interested in your article regarding Brian Chambers and his job restoring the Mauretania model for the hotel at Alnwick (The Journal, March 1).
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British foreign Secretary William Hague has called for Abdullah Al-Senussi, the former Libyan intelligence chief who was captured Saturday in Mauretania, to face trial and all involved to cooperate fully with the International Criminal Court, ICC.
The gleaming brass bell is from Cunard's Edwardian superliner, RMS Mauretania, known as the lucky sister of the Lusitania, which sank after being torpedoed by a German U-boat in May, 1915.
Nouakchott, (SANA)-Deputy Foreign and Expatriates Minster Fayssal Mikdad Tuesday discussed with the Mauritanian General Secretary of the Foreign and Cooperation Ministry Ali Ould Haiba means of enhancing cooperation and bilateral relations between Syria and Mauretania.
Before joining the EU Foreign Service, Ambassador Wronecka served as Ambassador of the Republic of Poland in Morocco, Mauretania (non-resident), Egypt, and Sudan (non-resident),.
They threatened to kill him on 26 July if some of their men held in Mauretania were not freed.
There were stories of mills whose boardrooms had been decorated with panelling taken from liners, such as the Mauretania.